Columns

Jeremy Corbyn has never ordered anyone's assassination. He's never ordered an invasion of a foreign country. Benjamin Netanyahu has

Richard Silverstein

As the level of frustration escalates, military repression may lead to the militarisation of Egypt's youth

Dalia Fahmy

The Labour leader's opponents don't care about anti-Semitism. They'll just do anything to remove Corbyn

David Hearst

Concerned citizens in the West should push their politicians and governments to stand with Canada and join in condemning the Saudi programme of false reforms

Sarah Al-Otaibi

The argument must be re-framed to reflect what it is actually about: not anti-Semitism, but Palestine. Corbyn mustn’t surrender

Ghada Karmi

Colonel Israel Shomer escaped accountability for the extrajudicial execution of a Palestinian teen. This week, he was promoted to an even higher position within the army

David Sheen

A peace agreement between Gaza and Israel would widen the rift between the Palestinian factions and consolidate the fragmentation of the Palestinian territories

Safa Joudeh

Barring a drastic systemic shake-up, any 'budding business' promising to transform Lebanon's finances will likely result in business as usual

Belen Fernandez

Israel and Canada did not step up for humanitarian reasons, but rather to deflect attention from their ongoing abuses against indigenous peoples

Ahmad Moussa

Israel will now have a much harder time convincing the world that its apartheid regime is democratic

Zena Tahhan